The seven-member ensemble Mnozil Brass brings its unique blend of music virtuosity and theatrical wit to the Lawrence Memorial Chapel Wednesday, March 29 in a Lawrence University Artist Series performance.

A group photo of members of Mnozil Brass sitting on stoolsThe seven-member Mnozil Brass combines musical brilliance with touches of humor. Photo by Carsten Bunnemann.

Tickets, at $25-30 for adults, $20-25 for seniors, $18-20 for students, are available online through the Lawrence...

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In a follow-up to his 2013 book “Practical Vocal Acoustics,” Lawrence University Voice Professor Kenneth Bozeman has written a second book designed to help voice instructors better teach their craft....

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On the heels of last month’s Teach-in for Democracy, Lawrence University will host a Teach-in for International Women’s Day Wednesday, March 8.

The teach-in encourages faculty, staff and students to participate by...

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An expert on international refugee policy who miraculously survived a suicide bomber attack in Baghdad, Iraq, will be recognized by Lawrence University with an honorary degree June 11 at its 168th commencement.

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Lawrence University social media director Kasey Corrado has been named one of four national SimpsonScarborough Scholars by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).

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Sarah Bohn, a 1999 Lawrence University graduate, returns to her alma mater to discuss the economic results proposed U.S. policies may have on unauthorized immigrants, especially those from Mexico, as part of the 2017 Povolny Lecture Series in International Studies “Trade and Migration:...

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 The third presentation in a five-part Lawrence University series examining issues related to cultural competency looks at global citizenship Friday, March 3. The one-hour program “Intercultural Skills for Successful Global Citizenship” begins at 11:30 a.m. in the Warch Campus...

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Baltimore-based father-son duo Ken and Brad Kolodner bring their virtuosity on the clawhammer banjo, fiddle and hammered dulcimer to Lawrence University Monday, Feb. 27 as part of the university’s World Music Series. The Kolodners will be joined by fiddler extraordinaire Rachel Eddy.

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